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Conservapedia:Parthian shot/Stryker

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(16:46, 27 December 2007)

This wiki blocks users from establishments of higher learning; specifically, all IP addresses related to Ivy League institutions are banned from editing the wiki. As a student pursuing his studies at one of these institutions, I can not in good conscience contribute to a wiki that would actively promote the sequestration of intellectual people and materials. Therefore, I am finished contributing to this project, and I hope that others soon realize it for the scam that it is. I only regret that I even bothered trying to improve this wiki, or even harbored the naive idea that this could evolve into a fair, scholarly project, rather than just a personal blog for a disenfranchised, so-called "conservative" to rant and rave about things that he will never be able to actually influence.

Oh, and Ed Poor doesn't know the first thing about Meteorology or Atmospheric Science. I suggest he go back and start from the basics; Lesson 1) Those white things in the sky? They're called clouds. Can you say clouds?